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FERRARI412

FACTS

1987

CONSTRUCTION YEAR

12 CYLINDERS

4,943 cc

340 hp

ENGINE

PININFARINA

DESIGNERS

576

NUMBER OF PIECES

1985 - 1989

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GESCHICHTE

The Ferrari 412 is a luxury sports car manufactured by the Italian automobile brand Ferrari. The vehicle was first introduced in 1985 and was the successor to the Ferrari 400, although it was an advanced version.

The Ferrari 412 was first presented at the Geneva Motor Show in 1985. The vehicle was designed as a 2+2 coupe and was powered by a V12 engine.

The Ferrari 412's design was created by Pininfarina, a renowned Italian design firm known for its collaboration with Ferrari. The 2+2 coupe design provided space for four occupants.

The Ferrari 412 was powered by a 4.9-liter V12 engine that produced about 340 hp (horsepower). This engine enabled impressive performance figures and high speeds.

Production of the Ferrari 412 lasted until 1989.

In total, only about 576 units were produced during this time, making the vehicle a comparatively rare model.

The Ferrari 412 is now a sought-after collector's item, and enthusiasts value it for its unique design, performance and its position as a part of Ferrari history.

PERSONAL STORY

This 412 started its car career in London, where it was driven by a renowned lawyer. Equipped with a sunroof as standard, this example is a true rarity - only 25 units were fitted with the view of the sky.

Furthermore, it impresses with its extremely rare and elegant color combination of Prugna Mettalizzato and Pelle Crema leather.

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